Jerusalem security has improved, police chief and public security minister say
Police Chief Danino says improvement can be attributed to increased police presence in capital.
By BEN HARTMAN
Israeli NGO helped US convict Palestinian activist in US immigration fraud case
Rasmieh Yousef Odeh, 67, was found guilty by a federal court in Detroit of failing to reveal that she had been convicted and served time in Israel for a 1969 bombing that killed two.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
Israeli Arab MK Tibi lobbies British MPs to back Palestinian statehood
"Supporting a Palestinian state is a moral act that will promote the peace process, not the other way around," Tibi says in London ahead of vote on non-binding measure to recognize "Palestine."
By LAHAV HARKOV
WATCH: IDF releases video of strike that killed top Hamas commanders in Gaza
Muhammad Abu Shamalah and Ra'ad Atar were both involved in 2006 Schalit kidnapping; thousands attend funeral in Rafah as Hamas vows revenge.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Israel kills three Hamas senior military commanders in air strike
Muhammad Abu Shamalah and Ra'ad Atar were both involved in 2006 Schalit kidnapping; Shamalah described as most senior Hamas leader in southern Gaza.
By BEN HARTMAN,YAAKOV LAPPIN
Dance Review: Montpellier Dance Festival
Needless to say that the daily protests on and off stage, as well as the frequent interruptions, clouded the festive mood in Montpellier.
By ORA BRAFMAN
Industry boss: Don't approve Sheshinski recommendations for natural resource taxing
Israel Corporation's Israel Chemicals, has been threatening to reduce company operations in Israel if the recommendations are adopted.
By SHARON UDASIN,NIV ELIS
Finance C'tee approves raising 2015 deficit to 3.4%
Treasury: Protective Edge cost economy .6% of growth.
By NIV ELIS
Your investments: What to do with stock certificates?
Because a stock or bond certificate could be quite valuable, they should be shown to a financial adviser who will do some research to determine their value.
By AARON KATSMAN
Global agenda: Ideas and idols
We have moved to a system in which the central banks have become the primary arbiters of how the markets behave and which direction they go.
By PINCHAS LANDAU